Sunday, September 24, 2017

Week in Grieview

[Ping-pong variation in Tompkins Square Park via Derek Berg]

Stories posted on EVG this past week included...

East Village resident sues State Liquor Authority over bottomless brunches (Thursday)

RIP Diane Maguire (Friday)

7th Street townhouse once owned by John Leguizamo to be demolished for new development (Tuesday)

Out and About with Pepe Flores (Wednesday)

Final date set for Clayworks Pottery on 9th Street (Tuesday)

Judge lets Steve Croman postpone his sentencing so he may celebrate the Jewish holidays at home (Tuesday)

The East River Park Track is now closed for renovations; September 2018 reopening expected (Tuesday)

A sneak preview of the world's largest rhino sculpture, coming to Astor Place early next year (Wednesday)

Kona Coffee and Company coming to 2nd Avenue (Friday)

First Hints of Fall (Monday)

[Breakfast with Christo via Steven]

City moves to potentially landmark 827-831 Broadway (Wednesday)

Willow tree post mortem at La Plaza (Tuesday)

The final print edition of The Village Voice is out today (Wednesday)

Capa Café now serving inside the International Center of Photography on the Bowery (Friday)

Mayor forms Office of Nightlife (Thursday)

Intermix has left the Bowery (Monday)

Some condoplex pricing (Monday)

Wagamama opens Oct. 4 on 3rd Avenue (Wednesday)

Dr Smood is now in on Houston and Orchard (Wednesday)

Drumming up some dumpster action outside Webster Hall (Tuesday)

The rent is due at the former DF Mavens (Monday)

Smoke Shop & Convenience Inc. slated for 14th Street (Monday)


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